Fortune and misfortune depicted in horoscope

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By 2017-09-24

By Priyangani Hettiarachchi

The merits accumulated in previous births would form the setting for an individual to be born as a human; yet being born as a human being free from handicaps is considered as good fortune in accordance with the Buddhist doctrine. Negative deeds committed in previous lives may result in a life of grievances and misfortunes.

The manner in which planets are located in a native's horoscope could be a clear indication as to how the person is influenced by karma; the planets exalted and located in their own houses perhaps indicate to us the consequences of good deeds performed in previous lives. One will be endowed with fortune and under the influence of positive deeds committed in previous lives if Jupiter, Venus, mercury, Mars or Saturn is posited with its exalted power in angular houses activating the power of good deeds. Viparita Rajayoga formed as a result of auspicious planets located in the 6th, 7th and 8th houses brings financial benefits and happiness. This yoga is manifested in one's horoscope as a result of one's generosity towards the poor in previous births. Sudden financial benefits are expected if this yoga is formed in a horoscope. In addition, 'Dharma Karamadipati Yoga' and 'Gajakeshari Yoga' might also generate the power of good deeds in previous lives. During my practice, I encountered a Muslim lady with such auspicious planetary formations. Having seen her horoscope, I mentioned of her fortune to lead a luxurious life. As she said she was already leading such a super luxury life. According to her horoscope, it could be witnessed that seven planets were exalted. In the meantime, there are many who have been born poor and who ultimately depart as poor. Such lives could be a result of their own past actions.

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